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Cameron Daddo’s wife Alison Brahe-Daddo, 53, proves she’s barely aged since her modelling days

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Cameron Daddo’s wife Alison Brahe-Daddo looked incredibly youthful as she attended a star-studded event for Sally Obermeder’s health and wellness brand SWIISH on Wednesday. 

Alison, 53, who was one of Australia’s top models back in the eighties and nineties, proved she hasn’t aged a day when she stepped out. 

Alison, who previously graced the cover of the iconic Dolly magazine back in the day, showed off her glowing and clear complexion at the event. 

The event was held at Sala Dining to celebrate the launch of SWIISH’s new product Peri + Meno Relief, which supports women experiencing menopause systems.

Alison looked chic in a pair of grey high-waisted trousers, which she teamed with a brown ribbed singlet and a belt. 

Cameron Daddo's wife Alison Brahe-Daddo (left) looked incredibly youthful as she attended a star-studded event for Sally Obermeder's health and wellness brand SWIISH on Wednesday

Cameron Daddo’s wife Alison Brahe-Daddo (left) looked incredibly youthful as she attended a star-studded event for Sally Obermeder’s health and wellness brand SWIISH on Wednesday

She wore her long, blonde locks out and over her shoulders and natural-looking dewy makeup including a touch of foundation and some mascara. 

Alison looked in high spirits as she joined the likes of Sally and The Morning Show’s Kylie Gillies at the event. 

Sally looked stylish in a powder blue suit, while Kylie Gillies looked chic in a pair of white trousers, which she teamed with a white knitted jumper. 

Alison previously graced the cover of the iconic Dolly magazine back in the day (pictured on the cover of the September 1992 issue). She was one of Australia's top models back in the eighties and nineties

Alison previously graced the cover of the iconic Dolly magazine back in the day (pictured on the cover of the September 1992 issue). She was one of Australia’s top models back in the eighties and nineties

Alison looked chic in a pair of grey high-waisted trousers, which she teamed with a brown ribbed singlet and a belt

Alison looked chic in a pair of grey high-waisted trousers, which she teamed with a brown ribbed singlet and a belt

After moving to the US with husband Cameron, 58, in 1992, Alison walked away from her glamorous modelling career.

Back in 2019, she told Whimn that she didn’t enjoy modelling in the US as much as she did while in Australia, and has no regrets about leaving it behind.

‘I decided I really didn’t want to do it there, it really wasn’t fun,’ the mother of three said. 

The event was held at Sala Dining to celebrate the launch of SWIISH's new product Peri + Meno Relief, which supports women experiencing menopause systems. Co-founder Sally Obermeder is pictured right

The event was held at Sala Dining to celebrate the launch of SWIISH’s new product Peri + Meno Relief, which supports women experiencing menopause systems. Co-founder Sally Obermeder is pictured right

Kylie Gillies (pictured) looked chic in a pair of white trousers, which she teamed with a white knitted jumper at the event

Kylie Gillies (pictured) looked chic in a pair of white trousers, which she teamed with a white knitted jumper at the event

‘All my friends and people I knew in Australia – the photographers and makeup artists – they were no longer there.

‘So, I’d walk in, know no one and I was like, ‘this doesn’t feel good at all’. I was really, really happy when I stepped away from it.’

Alison and Cameron have previously spoke about struggles they faced after moving to America, and admitted they found it tough financially.

Despite landing a string of roles in projects like Aaron Spelling’s Models Inc and F/X: The Series, Cameron was left broke and struggling for cash in the mid-2000s.

After moving to the US with husband Cameron, 58, (pictured) in 1992, Alison walked away from her glamorous modelling career

After moving to the US with husband Cameron, 58, (pictured) in 1992, Alison walked away from her glamorous modelling career

In fact, things got so bad at one point that the Australian star’s friends were leaving groceries on his doorstep just so he could feed his wife and their three children.

‘Cam still deals with feeling, you know, a lot of angst or shame around that,’ Alison previously told Stellar magazine.

Cameron also spoke about that challenging time in an interview with Mia Freedman on her No Filter podcast in 2017.

‘It got very tense for a while on several occasions,’ Cameron said.

He added: ‘Then something would open up and suddenly you forget there was a moment where we had $100 in the bank because now we’re doing okay.’

Alison recently shared how going through menopause led to body insecurities.

Back in 2019, she told Whimn that she didn't enjoy modelling in the US as much as she did while in Australia, and has no regrets about leaving it behind. 'I decided I really didn't want to do it there, it really wasn't fun,' the mother of three said

Back in 2019, she told Whimn that she didn’t enjoy modelling in the US as much as she did while in Australia, and has no regrets about leaving it behind. ‘I decided I really didn’t want to do it there, it really wasn’t fun,’ the mother of three said

The teacher recently told Body+Soul she gained some weight and feared that her  husband no longer found her changing body attractive.

‘I know, for instance, that Cam’s love language is physical. It’s what he wants and needs and how he feels secure with me,’ she said.

‘A lot of the dislike of my body shape had to do with what I thought Cam wanted, or what Cam liked. Once he told me he didn’t give a crap if I put on weight and that he loved me as a person, the more I addressed my own judgement of myself.’

Over time, Alison came to accept her new shape, but says she still has difficult periods where she feels less than confident.

‘There are days where I go, “You’re just a cute little 52-year-old with a tubby tummy,” and then I’ll put on a pair of jeans and think, “Oh, God, I look six months pregnant, I can’t stand it.” I still go back and forwards with it,’ she said at the time.

‘I’m so aware now of what women have been taught about their body shapes. They’re constantly described by how they look. You’ve just got to love the shape you are.’

Alison was an It girl in the 1990s, gracing the covers of dozens of magazines during her successful modelling career.

Alison recently shared how going through menopause led to body insecurities. The teacher recently told Body+Soul she gained some weight and feared that her husband no longer found her changing body attractive

Alison recently shared how going through menopause led to body insecurities. The teacher recently told Body+Soul she gained some weight and feared that her husband no longer found her changing body attractive

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